13 Dec 2011

A Holiday Suggestion for the Hysterical

If you're one of those people who believes there is a war on Christmas going on (to which my usual reply is either tackling a Christmas tree or waterboarding anyone with a manger on their yard), I found an ad in my December 1969 Woman's Day magazine that should help you out.

All you need to do is emerge from the kitchen with this flaming turkey in your hands on Christmas Day, and I assure you, you will hear shouts of "Jesus!" and "Oh, Christ!" and perhaps even "Call a priest!":

Brought to you by everyone's favourite gourmet, Wrigley's Spearment Gum.

Hallelujah!

I'll understand if you want to skip the suggestion of singing "Happy Turkey" to the tune of "Happy Birthday" as suggested in the ad; but I'll also respect your beliefs if The Flaming Turkey Song quickly becomes a cherished family tradition as well. The bird, after all, did die for us.

5 comments:

MMM,  4:11 pm, December 13, 2011  

Good Lord! You're right, it works!

Anonymous,  7:40 pm, December 13, 2011  

It looks great! As a comment on the pink rooms of the 1950's-- I think because pink was not yet considered a "girl's color" in the 50s, I think the super-pink rooms actually were considered neutral at the time. You might find this link interesting: http://thesocietypages.org/socimages/2010/03/25/when-pink-was-for-everyone-1950s-bathrooms/

Jess @ It's Jess! 9:30 am, December 14, 2011  

What a glamorous cranberry necklace!

Karen 4:12 pm, December 14, 2011  

I'm tempted it try this?! Does that make me crazy? A blasphemer?

BloggerBride 1:50 pm, December 15, 2011  

Burning sugar would stink so BAD!

ps. How is gum "wholesome"?

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